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Gene study boosts bid to keep British bees safe from disease

Efforts to protect the UK's native honey bees could be helped by research that maps their entire genetic make-up. Experts also analysed the genetic profile of bacteria and other organisms that live inside bees, to shed new light on emerging diseases that threaten bee colonies. Researchers say their findings could help to safeguard native bee populations from the effects of infectious diseases...

The Darwin Tree of Life Project

A global effort has been officially launched to sequence all living organisms on Earth including animal, plant, protozoan and fungal species. The project, known as the Earth BioGenome Project (EBP), will generate the largest dataset of its kind from the 1.5 million species of eukaryotes worldwide. EBP will provide new insights into a range of scientific fields including; evolution, biodiversity...

Spaces available: Introduction to Python for Biologists

A limited number of spaces remain available for our Introduction to Python for Biologists workshop (22 - 26 October 2018). Further course information can be found here . If you would like to register to attend, you can do so by completing the registration form . Please note, spaces will be allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis.

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Training update

We have a limited number of remaining places, on a first come first served basis, to our Linux for Genomics and Introduction to RNAseq Data Analysis workshops developed and taught by our Edinburgh Genomics Bioinformaticians. Linux for Genomics, Monday 1st October 2018 REGISTER NOW Introduction to RNAseq Data Analysis, Tuesday 2nd to Wednesday 3rd October 2018 REGISTER NOW Introduction to RNAseq...

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